See incredible ice sculptures at the annual Heart of Lewisburg Ice Festival. See the ice sculptures displayed around downtown Lewisburg. Celebrate winter with a Polar Bear Plunge…Chocolate Festival & Tour…Live Ice Carving …Frosty 5K…Children’s Games…A Cappella On Ice…Warm Your Heart for Pet Shelters ….Arts Events.
Here’s the schedule:
Friday, February 1
Noon-3 pm, Ice Carving in Hufnagle Park. Watch the First Night Ice Carvers create giant ice sculptures in Hufnagle Park and in front of various Market Street stores.
WARM your hearts at Brushstrokes, 340 Market Street during the festival and Sunday –Noon to 4 pm, drop off donated items and donations for local animal shelters and rescues.
Pick up your Ice Festival Program and secure your 15% discount at various stores. Programs will be available at downtown merchants and at the Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau.
5:30pm – Bucknell A.C.E.S. presents a night of music at the Campus Theatre featuring several of Bucknell’s very own acappella groups. Come warm up during the Ice Festival and join us in supporting Bucknell’s only fully student-run international service organization while enjoying the sounds of the Offbeats, the Silhouettes, Two Past Midnight and more.
Saturday, February 2
Chocolate Tour, Stroll through downtown Lewisburg and sample chocolate at various business locations.
Lewisburg Sunset Rotary Frosty 5K. Beat the winter blues and Run/Walk the Frosty 5k during Lewisburg’s Ice Festival. Event starts at the historic Campus Theatre. For more information or to register go to sunsetrotary.com
10 a.m. -1 p.m. Lewisburg Sunset Rotary Children’s Games, Hufnagle Park. FREE (Donations accepted).
2:00 p.m. Polar Bear Plunge. St. George Street Landing. Register on line here. On-Site registration begins at 12:30 day of the event.
7:00 p.m., 19th Annual Chocolate Festival to benefit the Donald L. Heiter Community Center
Lewisburg Hotel, 136 Market Street. Join us for an evening with both a live and silent auction, amateur chocolate competition, professional chocolate displays, and generous amounts of chocolate!